Volumes of interest were published between 1812 and 1815 with articles about the War of 1812. Issue for Feb. 21, 1815, beginning on page 2 and continuing to take all of page 3 and some of page 4 is the full text headed: "TREATY OF PEACE" which is prefaced with an address by James Madison. Also in this issue is an article: "Victory At Orleans" and another article headed: "The War--From New Orleans"
Volume v.5 no.49
Publisher Philadelphia, Pa. : Wm. Duane
Call number AP 2 W343
Digitizing sponsor Brock University - University of Toronto Libraries
Book contributor Brock University
Collection BrockUniversity; ontario_council_university_libraries; toronto
Notes No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.
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Latest issue consulted: Vol. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 3, 1817)
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Issue for Jan. 2, 1816 also incorrectly called Dec. 26, 1815
The Weekly aurora was published in Philadelphia beginning with the issue dated June 19, 1810 and continued until after 1820. It was the weekly edition of the Philadelphia aurora (sometimes called the Aurora general advertiser) founded by Benjamin Franklin Bache, continued in 1800 by William Duane and in 1813 by James Wilson. A tri-weekly edition was also published. The Aurora's articles generally denounced Federalists, including vitriolic attacks on the presidential administrations of Washington and Adams
Daily ed.: Aurora general advertiser
Triweekly ed.: Aurora (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1800)